Hopefully we dodged a bullet. I wouldn't be shocked if there were still a few cases hiding around Chania. I have noticed at least one villa in my area suddenly become occupied (AFTER the lockdown) - permanent residents are still allowed to take a ferry out here. Maybe they are careful and responsible people, although the fact that they've moved in the midst a lockdown suggests otherwise. Edit: they were not here for the last few months, so I assume this is a second home.
I still worry that the soldier may have infected other soldiers (young, healthy, unlikely to get tested), and that one of them wont self quarantine for long enough. But that is some catastrophic thinking on my part, really a worst case.
Overall, I've been very impressed with the response out here, both from the government and the people. Even if Chania is hit, this is not an environment where covid19 can spread anymore. Lets just hope that there is no rush to start opening everything back up. IE: In the united states, where they are nowhere near the peak, and already talking about getting back to work
Finally venturing outside today (for a longer drive to pick up supplies), I found that streets were mostly clear. There are still some groups of kids hanging around, a few people going on longer walks, and I noticed some hikers as well, who were equipped to walk for some serious distance. The groups of kids are worrying, but how can you completely stop that. Otherwise, no red flags. I'm not concerned about lone hikers, as long as they stick to easy trails where injury is unlikely.
I stayed off of the main highway, if you can call it a highway. On backroads, I have yet to be checked. I did pass one police car.
Earlier in the thread, I noticed that I was called out for giving medical advice. But I have even more medical advice. Anti-malarial chloroquine tablets will be preferable to aquarium cleaner